Warren raves about new kid on the block Daniel Dubois: “I’d put him in with Parker after five more fights.”

Daniel Dubois - Top British boxing promoter Frank Warren has seen it all, and it's fair to say it takes quite a bit to get him excited as a result. However, as he explained when speaking with Gareth A Davies of The Telegraph, Warren is very excited about his latest heavyweight signing: the unbeaten, 5-0(5) Daniel Dubois.

Top British boxing promoter Frank Warren has seen it all, and it’s fair to say it takes quite a bit to get him excited as a result. However, as he explained when speaking with Gareth A Davies of The Telegraph, Warren is very excited about his latest heavyweight signing: the unbeaten, 5-0(5) Daniel Dubois.

Warren says, without getting carried away, how he believes the 20 year old from London is “the best heavyweight prospect I have ever seen at this stage.” It’s no secret how Dubois, all 6’5” and approx 250 pounds of him, gave current WBA/IBF heavyweight ruler Anthony Joshua real problems in sparring (allegedly knocking him down, even dominating him behind closed doors) and Warren says he feels his new star “has Joshua’s number.”

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Results: Daniel Dubois scores scary 1st-round KO over AJ Carter

Daniel Dubois - Tonight in London at the start of a huge night of boxing, unbeaten 20 year old heavyweight prospect Daniel Dubois scored a chilling 1st round KO over AJ Carter, a man who was expected by some to give Dubois his biggest test thus far.

Tonight in London at the start of a huge night of boxing, unbeaten 20 year old heavyweight prospect Daniel Dubois scored a chilling 1st round KO over AJ Carter, a man who was expected by some to give Dubois his biggest test thus far.

Instead, with mere seconds gone in the opening round, Dubois decked his man with a right hand. A flash later, Carter was down again, and then, courtesy of a brutal right hand to the head, Carter was knocked cold and left flat on his face. It was all over after just 48-seconds. Down for an alarming amount of time, Carter thankfully recovered and was given applause as he eventually got back to his feet.

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Richie Williams: “Dubois Is Still A Kid. Aj Carter Is A Grown Man, Used To Fighting Grown Men!”

The bookies might have him cast as the latest sacrificial lamb sent to be slaughtered by teenage heavyweight terror Daniel Dubois but Brixton bad boy AJ Carter enters next week’s 10 round shoot out for the vacant Southern Area heavyweight title at the Copper Box Arena with a substantial edge in both age and experience, writes Glynn Evans.

Here, Carter’s coach Richie Williams, the former world class super-welter, explains why 30 year old ‘Bigdog’, 8-3, is a very live underdog.

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Daniel Dubois wins his first pro title with fourth win, Hughie Fury eases through exhibition tune-up

Daniel Dubois - Last night on Frank Warren's show at The Copperbox in London, red-hot heavyweight prospect Daniel Dubois advanced to 4-0 as a pro with a ludicrously easy second round stoppage of late replacement foe Mauricio Barragan of Uruguay.

Last night on Frank Warren’s show at The Copperbox in London, red-hot heavyweight prospect Daniel Dubois advanced to 4-0 as a pro with a ludicrously easy second round stoppage of late replacement foe Mauricio Barragan of Uruguay.

Dubois, still only 19 years old, flattened Barragan in the 2nd with a body shot, halting the much smaller man at the 1:41 mark of round two. Dubois picked up the WBC heavyweight Youth title with the predictable win.

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Parker vs Fury: Fury Vows To Win WBO Crown

Daniel Dubois - World Heavyweight Title contender Hughie Fury has hailed the British and Irish Lions heroic performance against the mighty All Blacks and vows to emulate that by defeating New Zealand’s WBO World Champion Joe Parker in September.

World Heavyweight Title contender Hughie Fury has hailed the British and Irish Lions heroic performance against the mighty All Blacks and vows to emulate that by defeating New Zealand’s WBO World Champion Joe Parker in September.

The Manchester ace watched the crucial decider in the Test series at his hotel yesterday morning ahead of his own exhibition contest at the the Copper Box Arena and was gripped like the rest of the nation by the thrilling match.

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Warren wants red-hot heavyweight prospect Daniel Dubois to fight for British title in fourth or fifth fight

Remember when talented Audley Harrison, fresh off his 2000 Olympic gold medal win and with a seemingly glorious pro career waiting for him, boasted how he could win the British heavyweight title after just five fights? Well, as we know, “A-Force” never managed it; but 19 year old Daniel Dubois might try soon.

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Red-Hot British heavyweight prospect Daniel Dubois improves to 2-0 (2) tonight in Leicester

Daniel Dubois - Just two weeks after his embarrassingly easy pro debut (an easy win that came well inside a minute), red-hot 19 year old heavyweight “Dynamite” Daniel Dubois made it 2-0(2) tonight in Leicester.

Just two weeks after his embarrassingly easy pro debut (an easy win that came well inside a minute), red-hot 19 year old heavyweight “Dynamite” Daniel Dubois made it 2-0(2) tonight in Leicester.

The exciting prospect was, thankfully, matched significantly tougher tonight, facing Cameroonian 2012 Olympian Blaise Mendouo, who was 3-1(0) coming in, but the result was never in any doubt. Possessing power, speed and youthful aggression, Dubois hurt his man in the opening round, landing two stiff right hands to the head. The much smaller Mendouo (who had boxed as a cruiserweight in his own early pro career) did manage to tag the 6’5” giant with a counter shot, briefly getting the attention of Dubois, and for a fleeting moment it seemed we just might have a fight on our hands.

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“Dangerous” Daniel Dubois crushes over-matched foe Marcus Kelly in pro debut

Daniel Dubois - Tonight in Manchester, 19 year old heavyweight sensation Daniel Dubois of London made his pro debut; winning a quite pathetic mismatch inside a minute of the very first round. Going up against an extremely fleshy Marcus Kelly, 1-0, the amateur standout had nothing to beat and put his debut win in the bank at the .35 second mark of the opener.

Tonight in Manchester, 19 year old heavyweight sensation Daniel Dubois of London made his pro debut; winning a quite pathetic mismatch inside a minute of the very first round. Going up against an extremely fleshy Marcus Kelly, 1-0, the amateur standout had nothing to beat and put his debut win in the bank at the .35 second mark of the opener.

Kelly, so much the shorter man against the 6’7” Dubois, came out swinging, giving it a go of sorts, but the magnificently conditioned Dubois, known as “Dangerous,” cracked his advancing target with a tasty left hook to the chin, his follow-up shots soon sending Kelly down. Kelly beat the count, even laughing as he did so, but he was deemed to be in no shape to continue by the referee.

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